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jamesrbrown322


Franklin, TN (via Portsmouth, OH)

Member since 15 June 2013 | Blog

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: Hugging my dad after Ken Dorsey's pass hit the ground.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie George and Joshua Perry
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: David Lighty
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals/Browns (affection) and Titans (location)
  • NHL TEAM: Predators
  • NBA TEAM: Teams with LeBron or Buckeyes
  • MLB TEAM: Reds and Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Arsenal

Recent Activity

Comment 24 Aug 2016

I don't really care much for Tennessee, but I do think that they are the type of team that can make a run (great pass rush, and loads of talent at skill positions), if Dobbs can simply learn to push his throws up the field more. That's their entire season really. I know that this is sacrilege, but they remind me a little bit of the 2002 Bucks, excepting their DBs.

Comment 24 Aug 2016

He's at the top of the IMO, followed by Chic and Willis.

Comment 24 Aug 2016

The young Buckeyes overcome a close, early season road loss to eventual Big 12 Champ Oklahoma and run roughshod over the B1G, including double digit wins over 3 different 10 win teams (Wisconsin - twice, and both schools from up north). Also, Alabama defeats Tennessee in the regular season, but there is much debate over what to do once Tennessee pushes the Tide around in the SEC Championship. There is nearly a meltdown of epic proportions when the previously undefeated team of Satan drops from #1 to out of the CFP in one fell swoop.

#1 Clemson vs. #4 Ohio State and #2 Oklahoma vs. #3 Tennessee

Outside Looking in: #5 Alabama, #6 Stanford, #7 FSU, #8 LSU.

Comment 22 Aug 2016

What matters is what Urban does with all this talent

Agreed, but still fun to talk about, especially if a non-SEC (and non-Harbaugh) school finishes with the #1 class.

Comment 22 Aug 2016

I can understand the top 2, given as they have a couple more commits, but how Oklahoma is ahead of them is baffling.

Comment 19 Aug 2016

Hockey is the fascinating one because the technical aspects of the sport really make it difficult to compare. Can you imagine Messi on skates, Jordan getting hipchecked into the glass, or Deion trying to stop a puck?

Comment 19 Aug 2016

The Pillsbury Throwboy. Look how tiny the football looks in his hand. It's like he's playing with a youth size.

Comment 19 Aug 2016

From a purely athletic standpoint, LeBron's the best I've ever seen. His combination of agility, skill, speed, and strength is nothing like anyone else that I can remember.

Comment 19 Aug 2016

I'll give Lorenzen this - he had the greatest nicknames, that's for sure.